This is my "Dreidel", a salute to the people of Israel.
Best regards to all,
Hi Larry, I enjoyed your "Dreidel", the piece did indeed take a few spins.
I especially liked the clarinet part, it had a klezmer feel to it. With their long history, and unique social makeup, the people of Israel have a rich and diverse musical heritage. Thanks for sharing your unique spin on this. John
A nice tribute to a great country and people.
I think it reflexes their strong spirit.
Thanks, Mr. Phil. I'm glad that you like it.
Now you have all the people in Israel dancing and celebrating
again. Your music is selling on the streets like hotcakes only
it's "virtual money" this time. Who knows, maybe later........
A really robust and solid "Dreidel" with genuine Hebrew chord
progressions. Everyone who hears this piece will immediately
know that it is directly associated with the character and
style of Israeli music. Great work producing something of
Loved the clarinet part and especially the "slides" which is so
characteris, again, of the music of Israel.
This is one of your finest in my opinion, but all the rest are
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I really appreciate such a good review of "Dreidel". Thanks very much.
Oy! Maybe in another life I was Rabbi Larry Goldberg.